Lemonbeat presented its solution for intelligent remote monitoring of substations at the trade fair congress digitization in Leipzig.
Consumption and condition data monitoring for the
Automatic data acquisition enables the optimization of equipment settings and leads to more efficient operation.
Detailed knowledge about concrete on-site conditions enables a more targeted and effective management.
Digital solutions are the basis to new business models and increased customer loyalty.
End-to-End everything under control
Digitalization requires companies to “rethink” their business models. In addition, regulatory and legislative changes are presenting energy suppliers, network operators and large consumers with ever new challenges. Whether electricity, water, gas or heat: Wherever consumption arises or condition data must be measured and monitored regularly, Lemonbeat offers a simple and flexible solution.
As a cost-effective retrofit solution during operation or right from the start: The Lemonbeat Energy Solutions give you full control over your systems. From any location, you get central insights into current conditions at any time, can intervene in a controlling manner or develop completely new digital business models with the help of the collected data: more service, better maintenance and higher customer satisfaction.
In the Media
Semtech announced that Lemonbeat has integated Semtech’s LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology into its smart metering solutions.
innogy presents smart modern metering, based on Lemonbeat-Technology, at the Metering Days in Fulda, October 23+24.
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